The Marlin Papoose (or Marlin 70PSS Take Down as it’s also known) is a self-loading .22 Long Rifle takedown-type rifle…Read More >
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The rifle known as the Remington 7600 began life as a Remington prototype soon after World War II. By 1952,…Read More >
The shotgun is often touted as the “end-all, beat-all” for home defense. I am not going to tell you that…Read More >
When it comes to guns for older shooters, there are many misconceptions. All are not disabled, but getting old isn’t…Read More >
When it comes to shotguns for self-defense, the old adage, “I’d rather have more ammo and not need it, than need the ammo and not have it.” can be liberally applied. The DP-12, with its 16-round capacity raised the bar, but manufacturers are again pushing the limits with magazine-fed shotguns and capacities reaching 25 shells. Here are our top high-capacity shotguns for 2018.
For many years, I have kept an AK-type rifle in the safe or attic in order to be able to…Read More >
Ever since we fought Spain and faced the 7mm Mauser, Americans have had an interest in the 7mm cartridge of…Read More >
Keeping a truck, or trunk, gun is part of staying safe wherever you go. Picking one is a combination of factors, such as cost, reliability, use and personal preferences. Check out the author’s guidelines for choosing his favorite truck gun and use the guidelines included in this post for choosing the perfect truck gun for your needs.
I own a number of nice 1911-type handguns. Several are high-end custom handguns with super fitting; good, tight tolerances; a…Read More >
Today, Remington enjoys an excellent reputation for reliability with a far greater range of loads than ever. One load more than worthy of a cursory look is the Black Belt. Currently, The Black Belt line is comprised of four loads—124-grain 9mm, 124-grain 9mm +P, 180-grain .40 S&W, and 230-grain .45 ACP. Like any load, it is the performance in the gun and down range that matters.